Knucker's Hole, near Lyminster, West Sussex, England
From Knucker: local dialect word for water dragon, which live in knuckerholes in Sussex, England. From Old English nicor, "water monster". The Lyminster Knucker ravaged the local area and farm animals and had an insatiable taste for apple pie.The water monster was outwitted by a local farmer's boy, called Jim Pulk or Jim Puttock after the Mayor of Arundel offered a reward. He killed the dragon by cooking it a giant poisoned pie, which he took to the knuckerhole on a horse and cart. The dragon ate up pie, horse and cart. When it died the boy returned to the Knucker and cut off its head.